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The 25 Greatest Moments in American Sports History

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Although the United States is out of the 2014 World Cup, we’ve got the Fourth of July as an excuse to keep the patriotism going. It’s a great time to get a lifetime’s worth of wear into your ugly all-over American flag printed tracksuit, because it’s totally unacceptable to wear it during the other 11 months of the year. That World Cup hangover likely won’t go away any time soon though, since we’re all replaying the last 35 minutes of the Belgium match wondering: A) Is Tim Howard a real person or some sort of Captain America-style athletic project from the American government and B) HOW DID WE (specifically Chris Wondolowski) NOT SCORE TO WIN OR TIE THE MATCH?

To help remedy this soccer stress (the very idea of millions of Americans being adversely affected by a soccer match is kind of new here), we’ve put together every awesome moment in United States sporting history. If one of our fellow citizens repped the Stars N’ Stripes in an international competition, they’re eligible here. (Note how events like Mike Piazza’s post-9/11 home run aren’t.) Relive the times where America truly kicked ass at international sporting events through The 25 Greatest Moments in American Sports History.

25. John Brooks’ Header Over Ghana

Date: 6/16/2014
Event: 2014 Men’s World Cup
Location: Natal, Brazil

While it’s still fresh in all our minds, let’s talk about the header that sent the country into a complete frenzy. Predicted by many to fall flat on their faces in the so-called “Group of Death,” the U.S. held a lead through most of the first 82 minutes, after Clint Dempsey scored the earliest goal in American World Cup history. But after Andre Ayew fired home the equalizer in the 82nd minute, the sudden gust of patriotic soccer feelz that swept the nation were essentially wiped away.

That was until John Brooks slashed across the middle on a corner from Graham Zusi, heading home the deciding goal with just four minutes left before stoppage. Those three points were crucial to the United States’ advancement in Brazil. Still, Brooks’ goal is a moment that electrified the nation in a way that few events can.

24. Winning the Battle of the Brians

Date: 2/22/1998
Event: 1988 Winter Olympics
Location: Calgary, Canada

Brian Boitano versus Canadian Brian Orser was one of the biggest individual rivalries in Olympic history. It started at the 1984 Winter Olympics, where Orser took Silver in men’s singles skating and Boitano placed fifth. Over the next three years, the two alternated Gold medals at the World Figure Skating Championships, with Boitano winning it all in 1986 and Orser taking Gold in 1985 and 1987. The 1988 Olympics was their big showdown. Boitano edged out Orser 5-4 in the final judging, taking that last vote on a tiebreaker.

Had the current tiebreaker for the event been in place in 1988, Orser would’ve won 6-3. Sucks to suck!

23. Carl Lewis (Eventually) Winning the 1988 Olympics 100 Meter Gold

Date: 9/24/1988
Event: 1988 Olympics
Location: Seoul, South Korea

Carl Lewis has his doubters when it comes to doping, but he’s never failed a test, and continues to hold the 1988 Gold medal in the prestigious 100 meter dash. He finished second in that race though, getting dusted by Canadian Ben Johnson. Johnson, however, was stripped of his medal shortly after failing a post-race drug test. Lewis was awarded the Gold, making him a two-time Olympic Gold medalist in the 100 meter race.

22. Bowling Technique 2019

 

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21. Jackie Joyner-Kersee’s Record-Setting 1988 Olympics Run

Date: 10/2/1988
Event: 1988 Olympics
Location: Seoul, South Korea

Jackie Joyner-Kersee is a remarkable athlete. Sports Illustrated For Women voted her the Greatest Female Athlete of the 20th century. She won six medals across three Olympics, but it was her 1988 performance that saw her at her peak. Joyner-Kersee won Gold in the heptathlon and long jump, and set a still-standing heptathlon record of 7,291 points.

20. Dan Jansen’s 1994 Gold Medal

Date: 2/27/1994
Event: 1994 Winter Olympics
Location: Lillehammer, Norway

Dan Jansen entered the 1988 Winter Olympics as the World Sprint Champion in speed skating. The field was his to run over. Unfortunately, however, Jansen learned that his sister had passed suddenly of cancer just hours before one of his events. Jansen wasn’t able to collect himself to win any medals at those games, but he did receive the U.S. Olympic Spirit Award for being able to push himself through tragedy. At the 1994 Winter Olympics, Jansen rounded himself into form, winning the 1,000 meter event and setting a world record in the process. After his win, he skated around the ice to dedicate his medal to his late sister.

19. Landon Donovan’s Goal vs Algeria

Date: 6/23/2010
Event: 2010 Men’s World Cup
Location: Pretoria, South Africa

If we’re weighing these moments based upon sheer craziness, Landon Donavon’s 2010 World Cup goal against Algeria to send the U.S. into the Round of 16 may be amongst the all-time bests. Nil-nil in the 90th minute, with their Cup hopes on the line, the Americans were four minutes away from Group Play elimination. Goalie Tim Howard launched a LeBron-to-Wade style outlet pass to Landon Donovan streaking downfield, who pushed along to Clint Dempsey in front of the goal. After a quick save, Donovan pounded home the rebound to give the U.S. the lead in stoppage time, clinching a Round of 16 berth.

18. Five American Boxers Win Gold in 1976

Date: 7/31/1976
Event: 1976 Olympics
Location: Montreal

On the night of July 31, 1976 the U.S. Olympic boxing team would win not one, not two, not three, but seven Gold medals. The treasure chest of medals included five gold, one silver, and one bronze medal. The members of the team included brothers Michael and Leon Spinks, Leo Randolph, Howard Davis and the incomparable Sugar Ray Leonard. America dominated this night in the Olympics.

17. Vince Carter Dunking Over France

Date: 9/25/2000
Event: 2000 Olypmics
Location: Sydney

Chances are if you’ve ever watched basketball before, you’ve seen Vince Carter dunking over the entire country of France. The entire country of France was represented by 7’2″ Frederic Weis in the 2000 Olympics. A 23-year-old Vinsanity treated Weis as a 7’2″ launching pad and Weis complied and gets completely destroyed by VC in his prime. The USA squad went on to defeat France and this bone-crushing dunk set the tone early in the game. This dunk has been coined the “Dunk of Death” and it explains why Weis—who was drafted in the first round by the New York Knicks—never played a single minute in the NBA.

16. U.S. Knocks Mexico Out of 2002 World Cup

Date: 6/17/2002
Event: 2002 Men’s World Cup
Location: South Korea

To remember the last time the United States reached the quarterfinal round, you’d need to go back to the 2002 World Cup in Korea. After advancing past Group Play, the Americans were facingnMexico in a Round of 16 rivalry tilt. During the Cup that featured Landon Donovan as “Best Young Player,” Team USA trounced the Mexicans 2-0 with Donovan and Brian McBride doing the scoring, advancing to the quarters for the first time ever, before falling to Germany 1-0.

15. Mark Spitz’s Seven Gold Medals

Date: 8/26/1972-9/10/1972
Event: 1972 Olympics
Location: Munich

Before Michael Phelps, there was Mark Spitz. In 1968, during the Mexico City Games, Spitz did his best Broadway Joe imitation by predicting six gold medals. A tad ambitious perhaps, he still managed to win his first two Olympic golds while also grabbing a silver and a bronze in his first ever Olympics. His second, though, were the ones that would rest in the record books for decades. In Munich, Spitz was slated to appear in seven events, giving him a chance, once again, to take home that Trinidad James.

As your parents probably remember, Spitz won gold in all seven races, setting new world records in each. He then promptly pulled a future Barry Sanders and retired at just 22.

14. The Redeem Team Makes Everything Right Again

Date: 8/24/2008
Event: 2008 Olympics
Location: Beijing

America does not celebrate silver and bronze medals. Gold medals are the only prizes worth celebrating, which is why the 2004 USA Olympic basketball team was an epic failure when they brought home the bronze medal. LeBron James—who was on that 2004 team—was the vocal leader of the 2008 squad. King James proclaimed, “It’s the gold, or it’s a failure.” Team USA was comprised of 11 NBA All-Stars, a Hall of Fame coach (Coach Krzyzewski) and an NBA MVP. United States defeated Spain 118-107 and brought home the gold.

The “Redeem Team” did exactly what it said it would, in true American fashion.

13. Greg Louganis Cracking Head then Winning Gold

Date: 9/19/1988
Event: 1988 Winter Olympics
Location: Seoul, South Korea

Leading up to the 1988 Games, Greg Louganis had already established himself amongst the best divers in our country’s history. To that point he’d already racked up a silver and two golds, dating back to the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. At 28, these would be his final Olympic dives—and, as history would remember them, surely his most bad-ass ones, too. In the preliminary rounds for the 3-meter springboard, Louganis’ head made contact with the board, leaving him concussed and bloodied. (It was actually the second time he suffered a similar accident in his career, the first being on the 10-meter platform in 1979.)

Despite the concussion and the immediate aftermath, Louganis completed preliminaries by finishing with the highest score, then went on to take home the gold.

12. Rulon Gardner Defeats Russian Wrestling Empire

Date: 10/1/2000
Event: 2000 Olympics
Location: Sydney

Rulon Gardner had never won a major title entering the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. On the other hand, his opponent, Russian Aleksandr Karelin, was on a 13-year undefeated streak. So, when Garner faced off in the Gold Medal match against Karelin, the odds were heavily stacked against him. But, Gardner was representing America, and America always comes out on top when the odds are stacked against them.

Rulon Gardner defeated Karelin and waved the American flag proudly after his victory.

11. Oscar De La Hoya Dedicating Gold Medal to Mom

Date: 8/8/1992
Event: 1992 Olympics
Location: Barcelona, Spain

The Olympics in Barcelona at 1992 was dominated by the Dream Team, but there was much more than that going on. Oscar De La Hoya promised his mother that he would bring her an Olympic gold medal one day. Like a true son, Oscar De La Hoya fulfilled his promise to this mother by winning the Gold medal in 1992. Although his mother died in 1990 from breast cancer, she was watching down on Oscar as he defeated Germany’s Marco Rudolph 7-2.

His words after the fight showed how special this moment was to De La Hoya, “I feel like I waited for this moment all my life.”

10. Women’s Soccer Team Wins Gold Medal in Overtime

Date: 8/21/2008
Event: 2008 Olympics
Location: Beijing

Title IX has empowered millions of women to pursue athletics, but women’s sports don’t receive the level of attention that men’s do. Sporting infrastructure for men has helped begot female participation, but many Americans are still probably perplexed about why American women are so much better at soccer relative to their male counterparts.

The answer’s actually simple: Women in the United States have been athletically enfranchised since 1972, and the rest of the world is still catching up to the women’s rights movements as a whole. Because of that, we’re able to beat Brazil in soccer, like our 2008 ladies did at the Olympics.

9. 1999 Women’s World Cup Triumph

Date: 7/10/1999
Event: 1999 Women’s World Cup
Location: Los Angeles

In the men’s game, we’re still waiting for the United States to produce a transformative moment like our ladies did in 1999. On American soil, they won the World Cup and inspired an entire generation of girls to choose soccer. Just to add drama to the cause, the United States ended up beating China in the Final through a penalty shootout—something that our country probably couldn’t handle on the men’s side of the game without combusting.

8. U.S.A. Men’s Basketball Says No to Silver

Date: 9/10/1972
Event: 1972 Olympics
Location: Munich

The USA Basketball squad at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich reached the Gold medal game versus the Soviet Union. The Soviet’s were the much more experienced squad, but the US wouldn’t stop fighting. After reaching a one-point lead with three seconds left, it seemed that victory would ensue. The Soviet’s inbounded the ball and attempted to call a timeout. The international rules stated that a team cannot call a timeout after a free throw. The clock struck zero and America began to celebrate.

However, the secretary general of the International Amateur Basketball Federation, R. William Jones, demanded that the Soviets be granted the timeout and three seconds back on the clock. The referees complied and the Soviets proceeded to score a game-winning layup, winning the game 51-50. America’s protest was dismissed, so they refused to accept their silver medals.

The team has denied multiple invitations to pick up the medals which still remain in a vault in Lausanne, Switzerland.

7. Kerri Strug’s Gutsy 1996 Olympics

Date: 7/19/1996-8/4/1996
Event: 1996 Olympics
Location: Atlanta

This moment made our list of the Gutsiest Performances in Sports History, and certainly deserves a spot here. After severely injuring her ankle on a botched vault attempt in the finals, she could barely stand. Strug sucked it up, knowing that she just needed one more successful vault to mathematically clinch gold for her team. Limping to the runway, it still seemed unlikely that her ankle would hold up for another attempt.

Her vault was near perfect though, earning a 9.712 from the judges and securing gold for the United States.

6. Michael Phelps’ Eight Gold Medals

Date: 8/8/2008-8/24/2008
Event: 2008 Olympics
Location: Munich

If you ask the current generation their favorite Olympian of all time, most would probably be quick to tell you it’s Michael Phelps. His record-setting eight golds during the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics is the reason why.

Participating in eight events, he left literally no room for error while chasing Mark Spitz’s then-record seven golds set in 1972. After accumulating six golds during the ’04 Athens Games, the swimmer had already established himself as a powerhouse within the sport. In Beijing, though, he set out to become a legend.

His teammate Jason Lezak famously pulled the Americans back during his electrifying anchor leg during the 4×100-meter freestyle relay, cementing Phelps into American Olympic lore forever.

5. Muhammad Ali Lighting the Torch

Date: 7/19/1996
Event: 1996 Olympics
Location: Atlanta

When Muhammad Ali lit the torch at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, it represented the true definition of America. Muhammad Ali—who was fighting under the name Cassius Clay at the time—captured his first Gold medal as an 18-year-old at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome. He has since become an American icon and the ’96 Summer Games was his time to be put on a pedestal.

Suffering from Parkinson’s disease, Ali took the torch and flashed off his brilliant trademark smile to the crowd in Atlanta, proclaiming he was still the baddest man on the planet.

4. Tommie Smith and John Carlos’ Black Power Salute

Date: 10/17/1968
Event: 1968 Olympics
Location: Mexico City

The 1960s were part of a very powerful era in American history, and the 1968 Summer Games in Mexico City supplied us with one of the most memorable displays of patriotism. After winning gold and bronze, respectfully, in the men’s 200-meter dash, African-American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos were presented their medals at the podium.

As the United States’ anthem blared through Olympic Stadium, both medalists raised a single black-gloved fist, and were shoeless, wearing only black socks, as they saluted Black Power. A number of other symbols—unzipped track jackets, beaded necklaces, scarves—were on display as well.

All three medalists—Australian silver winner Peter Norman included—donned Olympic Project for Human Rights patches over their hearts.

Originally, both Olympians planned on wearing a full pair of black gloves, but the plan almost fell through when Carlos forgot his in the Olympic village. It was the Australian Norman’s idea, though, for Carlos to take Smith’s left glove. This is why Carlos had his left hand raised, as opposed to the usual right-handed Black Power salute.

3. Miracle on Ice

Date: 2/22/1980
Event: 1980 Winter Olympics
Location: Lake Placid, N.Y.

Unequivocally the most hyped moment in United States Sports history, the U.S. Men’s 1980 Olympic Hockey team famously defied the odds by taking home gold, defending home ice in Lake Placid. You’re probably familiar with Miracle, a Disney film marvelously depicting the emotions of Cold War era United States.

In a time before professional players were permitted to skate for the national team, Herb Brooks’ group was comprised completely of college-aged players whom were hardly expected to make much noise at all against international pros, let alone march to the Gold Medal round. The team’s climax came in the semifinal game against powerhouse Soviet Union, who hadn’t missed out on gold for the past 20 years.

After falling behind 3-2 in the third period, Team USA surged back with goals by Mark Johnson and captain Mike Eruzione to give the inexperienced Americans their first lead of the game with 10 minutes left.

From there, you’re familiar with Al Michaels’ legendary call as the clock dwindled down: “11 seconds, you’ve got 10 seconds, the countdown going on right now! Morrow, up to Silk. Five seconds left in the game. Do you believe in miracles?! YES!”

Two days later, Team USA defeated Finland 4-2 to take home the gold in perhaps the biggest upset in Olympics history.

2. The Dream Team Takes Over the World

Date: 7/25/1992-8/9/1992
Event: 1992 Olympics
Location: Barcelona

There isn’t much else to say about the Dream Team that hasn’t already been written, talked about, or explored. We’re only 22 years past the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona (an Olympics that, by all accounts, served as the first modern Olympic games in terms of sponsorships and business development) and we’ve already seen NBA history impacted by what these 11 NBA Hall of Famers (plus Christian Laettner) did.

Before 1989 America didn’t allow professionals to compete in the Olympics. After US Men’s Basketball could only muster bronze during the ’88 Olympics, the NBA trotted out their best to take back American basketball dominance.

As expected, the Dream Team ran over every team in sight, and their presence pushed NBA basketball internationally, influencing many current European NBA players to pursue basketball professionaly.

1. Jessie Owens Dominates Hitler in the 1936 Olympics

Date: 8/1/1936-8/16/1936
Event: 1936 Olympics
Location: Berlin

Another one of the U.S.A.’s most decorated Olympians, Jesse Owens handed Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany a precursor L before the nation followed suit some years later. The 1936 Berlin Games were designed by Hitler to be something of a showcase of his new regime, and the dominance of the Aryan race. Hitler, viewed Africans and almost everybody else as inferior to Germans. Thus, the Games would be a cakewalk for the Nazis. Owens stacked four gold medals during his Berlin stay, like a true 1936 don.

As the Great Depression and the rise of the Nazis bodied the 1930s, though, the hero was never contacted by president Franklin D. Roosevelt. Hitler one-upped F.D.R., we guess, by sending Owens an Adolf Hitler photograph.

It wasn’t until Dwight Eisenhower’s presidency in 1955 that Owens was honored by the country, when Eisenhower appointed him as an “Ambassador of Sports.”

AUS-X Open Melbourne 2019: Live Streaming,Tickets, Start Time of Road Motorcycle Racing

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AUS-X Open Melbourne 2019

Unexpectedly, in an unbelievable upset for games fans, The AUS-X Open is set to keep running under the top of the famous Marvel Stadium, in what will be the biggest global Super cross and activity game at any point held outside of the USA.

The {Monster Special Events AUS-X Open} Melbourne promises to be the {{biggest off-road motorcycle racing}} and action sports event in Australian history, as the world’s best go head to head in Super cross racing and Freestyle Motocross, combined with Celebrity and Junior races, live music and performances, pyrotechnics and non-stop entertainment for all ages, providing incredible value for money on November 30.

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@{{AUS-X Open Chairman…….Tony Cochrane}} (Founder of V8 Supercars), states a move to Melbourne will open up a world of opportunity as this exciting event looks to expand and build on its already popular foundations.

{{“Since its inception, the AUS-X Open}} has grown from strength-to-strength to a point where we’ve found ourselves in the fortunate situation of needing to expand to cater for the growing appetite of Super cross racing and more broader sports fans across the country”}} Cochrane said.

“”Melbourne is renowned for hosting some of the world’s greatest sporting events and what better place than Marvel Stadium to deliver a world-class event to a world-class audience.””””

“””””The #AUS-X #Open Melbourne will be bigger, faster, louder, featuring more entertainment and greater accessibility to these international megastars than ever before, and I can’t wait for ##November 30 to showcase this amazing spectacle to the people of ##Melbourne. It really has to be seen to be believed,”””” Cochrane stated.

###~~~~Famed for its non-stop entertainment, suitable to audiences of all ages, the anticipation for this year’s #AUS-X Open #Melbourne event will be elevated to new heights, with just the one chance, to see the best Super cross riders in the world go head-to-head with the very best from Australia and New Zealand. Sparks will literally fly as some of the bravest athletes on the planet battle for supremacy and bragging rights, to win one of the world’s highest profile international events.~~~~

[[[International Freestyle Motocross athletes will once again push the realms of possibility, attempting the biggest and best stunts ever seen on two wheels, in the FMX Best Trick competition.]]]

Featuring live music and entertainment, giveaways, stunning pyrotechnics and more; the AUS-X Open Melbourne is an incredible entertainment spectacle for all ages.

Tickets start from $39.99*For more information and the exclusive opportunity to sign-up to access tickets during the pre-sale before they’re on sale to the public, you must ensure you sign up to an exclusive Pre-Sale ticketing opportunity at https://www.ticketmaster.com

Stay tuned to AUS-X Open Super cross on social media for some truly amazing ###upcoming announcements that are sure to blow fans away in 2019 at ##Marvel Stadium.

UFC 243: Whittaker vs Adesanya (MMA) Fight Card Schedule & How to Watch Online

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Whittaker vs Adesanya
UFC 243 (Ultimate Fighting Championship) Upcoming Mixed Martial Artist (MMA) will be held on 6 October,2019 with Robert Whittaker to defend his 185-pound belt against one of the UFC’s mixed martial artist rising stars.The UFC’s champion Robert Whittaker is set to headline what could be the biggest fight in Australian sports history, with Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium to host his title fight against interim belt holder, New Zealander Israel Adesanya.

Watch Official Live Streaming: Whittaker vs Adesanya (MMA)

Watch Official Live Streaming: Whittaker vs Adesanya (MMA)

Watch Official Live Streaming: Whittaker vs Adesanya (MMA)

The UFC’s champion #Robert Whittaker was forced to withdraw for his #UFC 243 clash with #American star Kevin Gastelum…….. the fight that was supposed to be his first title defence in Australia………after being rushed to hospital with a collapsed and twisted bowel.

#Robert #Whittaker’s first title defense against somebody not named #Yoel Romero, as he claimed the interim title over the Cuban fighter in 2017 before it was elevated to full crown after #Georges #St-Pierre vacated the belt shortly after beating #Michael #Bisping. #Whittaker beat #Romero in the rematch in 2018 by split decision.

#Israel #Adesanya took on #Gastelum in his place in April, scoring a decision win in one of the best fights of 2019. The all-Oceanic showdown will be held at #Marvel #Stadium in #Melbourne and he could break #UFC’s previous attendance records in the process.

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After being booked for her first fight in Australia since stunning Ronda Rousey in 2015, Holly Holm was forced to withdraw from her bout with Raquel Pennington because of an undisclosed injury.

The fight would have landed on the PPV portion of the card and been a homecoming of sorts after Holm defeated Rousey in this same stadium in December 2015. The card is expected to proceed with 11 bouts.

Horse Show 2019: How to Watch Sacramento International Horse Show Live Stream

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International Horse Show 2019

The most Popular (Horse Jumping) Sacramento International Horse Show will be held on 02 October- 06 October, 2019.

The nation’s top affecting horses and top experience equestrian Jumping athletes is celebrities and Olympians return to the #Sacramento International Horse Show 2019 this October and also compete for a Jumping spot in the prestigious #Longines FEI Nations Cup 2020.

Watch Free Live Streaming: Sacramento International Horse Show 2019
Watch Free Live Streaming: Sacramento International Horse Show 2019
Watch Free Live Streaming: Sacramento International Horse Show 2019

The Big event Horse Jumping Finals will be held at Las Vegas city in the United States. We hope #Sacramento fans don’t miss out this big jumping show event!

#Sacramento International Horse Show will be Located at the #Murieta Equestrian Center, Northern California’stop equestrian facility. The Sacramento International Horse Show 2019 is the world-class show jumping Competition.

Everyone get free admission, except for the main events ……..on 4 October of Friday evenings……. and on 5 October of Saturday evening…….On 4 October of Friday, 2019…………general admission tickets are $20 per adult or buy one get one free……. On 5 October of Saturday 2019…….. general admission tickets are $30 per adult and $15 for children under 17.

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In this year the #Sacramento International Horse Show-2019 is one of Northern California premiere equestrian events in Rancho Murieta, just outside of Sacramento, CA. This event held at the Murieta Equestrian Center, this gorgeous facility features wonderful shopping area, dining, seating to accommodate 3,000 spectators!

Join us for the #Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final #Sacramento on Saturday evening at 7:25PM at the #Murieta Equestrian Center!

The #Sacramento International Horse Show 2019 is part of the prestigious #Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final #North American League, hosting one of only seven World Cup™ Qualifiers on the West Coast of North America! #The Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final 2019 Sacramento on Saturday attracts world class athletes, competing head to head for a spot in the 2020 World Cup Finals, held in Las Vegas, USA!

How to Watch Sacramento International Horse Show 2019 Live Streaming Online

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(Horse Jumping) Sacramento International Horse Show

The most Popular (Horse Jumping) Sacramento International Horse Show will be held on 02 October- 06 October, 2019.

The nation’s top affecting horses and top experience equestrian Jumping athletes is celebrities and Olympians return to the #Sacramento International Horse Show 2019 this October and also compete for a Jumping spot in the prestigious #Longines FEI Nations Cup 2020.

Watch Free Live Streaming: Sacramento International Horse Show 2019
Watch Free Live Streaming: Sacramento International Horse Show 2019
Watch Free Live Streaming: Sacramento International Horse Show 2019

The Big event Horse Jumping Finals will be held at Las Vegas city in the United States. We hope #Sacramento fans don’t miss out this big jumping show event!

#Sacramento International Horse Show will be Located at the #Murieta Equestrian Center, Northern California’stop equestrian facility. The Sacramento International Horse Show 2019 is the world-class show jumping Competition.

Everyone get free admission, except for the main events ……..on 4 October of Friday evenings……. and on 5 October of Saturday evening…….On 4 October of Friday, 2019…………general admission tickets are $20 per adult or buy one get one free……. On 5 October of Saturday 2019…….. general admission tickets are $30 per adult and $15 for children under 17.

Follow Tickets Link Here: One Buy One Get Free
Follow Tickets Link Here: One Buy One Get Free
Follow Tickets Link Here: One Buy One Get Free

In this year the #Sacramento International Horse Show-2019 is one of Northern California premiere equestrian events in Rancho Murieta, just outside of Sacramento, CA. This event held at the Murieta Equestrian Center, this gorgeous facility features wonderful shopping area, dining, seating to accommodate 3,000 spectators!

Join us for the #Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final #Sacramento on Saturday evening at 7:25PM at the #Murieta Equestrian Center!

The #Sacramento International Horse Show 2019 is part of the prestigious #Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final #North American League, hosting one of only seven World Cup™ Qualifiers on the West Coast of North America! #The Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final 2019 Sacramento on Saturday attracts world class athletes, competing head to head for a spot in the 2020 World Cup Finals, held in Las Vegas, USA!

The Ninth RWC 2019 in Japan || Rugby Tournament all 48 matches Schedule

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Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan
Fast becoming one of the most world popular and watched sporting events in the whole world, the rights to televise {The Rugby World Cup} every four years have become sought after by most broadcasting companies. And Now We are starting early and showing you <> from all around the Global “Online Live Streaming”.

There will only be two World Cup group games at the during “Japan 2019” but they could be the most significant of the tournament. So, You Would Following this guide and see How, When, and Where to watch the most world Famous “Live Stream Online”.
will be the (Ninth Rugby World Cup), and is to be held in {Japan from 20 September to 2 November}.

But for those of you looking to enjoy the tournament on the radio do not fret either as {BBC Radio 5 Live or Sports Extra} will provide commentary on all 48 matches. (Sonja McLaughlin and Matt Dawson) will present the coverage with Chris Jones commentating alongside people like (Gareth Lewis and Sarah Orchard).

The Venues of Rugby World Cup 2019 as Follows:

 Tokyo Stadium, Chofu – 49,970 capacity
 International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama – 72,372 capacity
 Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Fukuroi – 50,889 capacity
 Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Higashiosaka – 30,000 capacity
 Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium, Fukuoka – 22,563 capacity
 Sapporo Dome, Sapporo – 41,410 capacity
 City of Toyota Stadium, Toyota – 45,000 capacity
 Oita Stadium, Oita – 40,000 capacity
 Kumamoto Stadium, Kumamoto – 32,000 capacity
 Kobe Misaki Stadium, Kobe – 30,132 capacity
 Kumagaya Rugby Stadium, Kumagaya – 24,000 capacity

 Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium, Kamaishi – 16,187 capacity

  • Rugby World Cup 2019 Fixtures as Follows:
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     Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Russia, Samoa
     Fri 20 Sep Japan vs Russia (Tokyo), 11.45am
     Sun 22 Sep Ireland vs Scotland (Yokohama), 8.45am
     Tue 24 Sep Russia vs Samoa (Kumagaya), 11.15am
     Sat 28 Sep Japan vs Ireland (Shizuoka), 8.15am
     Mon 30 Sep Scotland vs Samoa (Kobe), 11.15am
     Thu 3 Oct Ireland vs Russia (Kobe), 11.15am
     Sat 5 Oct Japan vs Samoa (Toyota), 11.30am
     Wed 9 Oct Scotland vs Russia (Shizuoka), 8.15am
     Sat 12 Oct Ireland vs Samoa (Fukuoka), 11.45am
     Sun 13 Oct Japan vs Scotland (Yokohama), 11.45am
  • POOL-B
     New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Namibia, Canada
     Sat 21 Sep New Zealand vs South Africa (Yokohama), 10.45am
     Sun 22 Sep Italy vs Namibia (Osaka), 6.15am
     Thu 26 Sept Italy vs Canada (Fukuoka), 8.45am
     Sat 28 Sep South Africa vs Namibia (Toyota), 10.45am
     Wed 2 Oct New Zealand vs Canada (Oita), 11.15am
     Fri 4 Oct South Africa vs Italy (Shizuoka), 10.45am
     Sun 6 Oct New Zealand vs Namibia (Tokyo), 5.45am
     Tue 8 Oct South Africa vs Canada (Kobe), 11.15am
     Sat 12 Oct New Zealand vs Italy (Toyota), 5.45am
     Sun 13 Oct Namibia vs Canada (Kamaishi), 4.15am
  • POOL C
     England, France, Argentina, USA, Tonga
     Sat 21 Sep France vs Argentina (Tokyo), 8.15am
     Sun 22 Sep England vs Tonga (Sapporo), 11.15am
     Thu 26 Sep England vs USA (Kobe), 11.45am
     Sat 28 Sep Argentina vs Tonga (Osaka), 5.45am
     Wed 2 Oct France vs USA (Fukuoka), 8.45am
     Sat 5 Oct England vs Argentina (Tokyo), 9.00am
     Sun 6 Oct France vs Tonga (Kumamoto), 8.45am
     Wed 9 Oct Argentina vs USA (Kumagaya), 5.45am
     Sat 12 Oct England vs France (Yokohama), 9.15am
     Sun 13 Oct USA vs Tonga (Osaka), 6.45am
  • POOL D
     Australia, Wales, Georgia, Fiji, Uruguay
     Sat 21 Sep Australia vs Fiji (Sapporo), 5.45am
     Mon 23 Sep Wales vs Georgia (Toyota), 11.15am
     Wed 25 Sep Fiji vs Uruguay (Kamaishi), 6.15am
     Sun 29 Sep Georgia vs Uruguay (Kumagaya), 6.15am
     Sun 29 Sep Australia vs Wales (Tokyo), 8.45am
     Thu 3 Oct Georgia vs Fiji (Osaka), 6.15am
     Sat 5 Oct Australia vs Uruguay (Oita), 6.15am
     Wed 9 Oct Wales vs Fiji (Oita), 10.45am
     Fri 11 Oct Australia vs Georgia (Shizuoka), 11.15am
     Sun 13 Oct Wales vs Uruguay (Kumamoto), 9.15am

Rugby World Cup 2019 Knockout Stages as Follows: 

 Sat 19 Oct QF1 Winner Pool C vs Runner-up Pool D (Oita), 8.15am
 Sat 19 Oct QF2 Winner Pool B vs Runner-up Pool A (Tokyo), 11.15am
 Sun 20 Oct QF3 Winner Pool D vs Runner-up Pool C (Oita), 8.15am
 Sun 20 Oct QF4 Winner Pool A vs Runner-up Pool B (Tokyo), 11.15am
 Sat 26 Oct Winner QF1 vs Winner QF2 (Yokohama), 9.00am
 Sun 27 Oct Winner QF3 vs Winner QF4 (Yokohama), 9.00am
 Fri 1 Nov Third-place Play-off (Tokyo), 9.00am
 Sat 2 Nov RWC 2019 Final (Yokohama), 9.00am

How to watch The Rugby World Cup 2019 live streaming Online?

There are a number of ways to stream the “” on your preferred devices. There will free option that will allow you to stream most of the (Rugby tournament matches).
However, if you want to stream every match of the tournament Just you can of the following services. “2019 Rugby World Cup” is one of the biggest events this sport has ever witnessed. Now, You can know everything here….. “<>”.

How to Watch The Rugby World Cup Live streaming in USA?

Most of the USA Popular TV Media NBC Sports will act as the “” for this year’s “RWC-2019”. The channel covers everything sports have to offer. It broadcasts a diverse selection of sports events, including The NFL, Nascar, Formula 1, Premier League, and the PGA, and of course our own, RWC.

How to Watch The Rugby World Cup Live streaming in UK?

The World Famous “UK TV Media ITV Hub” will act as the “” for this year’s “RWC-2019 in UK”. This Streaming service is completely Free if you have no problem watching a few ads every now and then. If you do, you have to upgrade your account to {UK TV Media ITV Hub}.

How to Watch The Rugby World Cup Live streaming in Canada?

The World most popular “Canadian TV Channel TSN” will be broadcast “<Rugby World Cup 2019>” every matches in UK. You will be able to stream all 48 matches on the “<>”.
How to Watch The Rugby World Cup Live streaming in France?“ on live streaming service that gives you the best content provided you live in France. MYTF1 is an “” that allows Internet users to stream programs, sports, and series for a small amount of fee.

How to Watch The Rugby World Cup Live streaming in New Zealand?

“New Zealand’s Online Live Streaming Channel Spark Sport” will bring “” to your screens. The good thing about this channel is that you don’t require a long term contract to benefit from its services. You just pay a small subscription fee and voila. Follow the Instructions to Subscribe for Online Live Streaming.

How to Watch The Rugby World Cup Live streaming in Australia?

For Australia, the upcoming RWC 2019 broadcast will be carried out by the by both TenPlay , Fox Sports and Kayo Sports. Ten Network will air 10 matches live including 5 for Australia’s team. As for Fox Sports, you’ll be able to stream all of the league’s 48 matches live without any problem.

How to Watch The Rugby World Cup Live streaming from Anywhere?

The Rugby World Cup 2019 (RWC) can be watched across the world on numerous channels, including Euro sport, for instance. Many of these networks have live streams on their sites, but the problem comes with the streaming sites we discussed. Now, while they’re wonderful platforms, the licensing deals they have to prevent them from opening their sites to people outside the US.

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Trump and Obama congratulate- US golf legend Tiger Woods

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Golf Star Tiger Woods Tremendous Achievement:  In principle, they are two poles. But for one night, Tiger Woods united the current two former US presidents Donald Trump and Barack Obama in an all-out affair. Trump and Obama congratulate US golf legends in a very similar language.

Tennis legend Serena Williams has become obsessed with Woods fame. NBA legend Magic Johnson floats in the air. Woods banned the entire sports world beyond the US golf border.

Golf emperor wrote the story of one of the greatest comebacks in sports history. Woods won the 7th major title of his career at the age of 8 after suffering a three-year drought. More precisely, a Major Trophy came into his hands after 7 days! Major trophies in golf are just as adorable as the Tennis grand-slam. Woods proved once again that he was the champion at the Augusta Masters on Sunday, never having a final say on the champions.

When Woods won his 8th Major Trophy at the US Open in 28, where he would stop, it was just as much imagination. But the following year, a devastating storm destroyed his life career. Woods became the villain overnight in a woman scandal. The world of happiness is broken.

After the divorce with his wife, Elin, the devastating injury almost made him paralyzed. It was a tough challenge for him to return to the golf course in the face of seven surgeries in his knees and spine. Who is responsible for standing upright, he did not lift the Major Trophy! After so many years with the triumph of Woods, he was so overwhelmed with the triumph of a great friend that he returned to heaven.

Winning the Masters title after 3 years is also an unprecedented feat. He won his first major title in August at the Augusta Masters. His celebrated companion that day was Father Earl. This time Woods hugged his mother and two children.

Woods could not hold himself back after winning the title by playing 5 shots less than Parr, ‘a feeling of iniquity. I went through a very difficult road and completed a cycle. My children have come to watch the game. I came here with my father in the 5th. Today I am a father, my children are here! It has never been so difficult to win a title in life. No one knows how my time went by.

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Lionel Messi was fined $ 1500 and one match banned

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Lionel Messi was fined
Copa America Cup 2019: Lionel Messi could no longer hold his grudge after Argentina were knocked out of the semifinals at Copa América in Brazil. He accused the host Brazil and the match referees of being ‘corrupt’.

Not only did he hesitate to listen to the match referees, but also raised questions about the responsibilities of Latin American football authorities to the constables. As a result, they have to face punishment. Though he had anticipated the punishment he would receive earlier, this time it was announced. However, Messi survived.

The rumor was, as he opened his mouth, that Messi could be banned for two years. However, thefive-time ‘Ballon d’Or’ winning  player was not so hard on the constable. He was banned for one match, with a $ 5 fine.

Messi will likely not be able to play for Argentina in the first qualifier of the 2022 World Cup as a result of the ban.

Constable gave another bad news to Argentina football on Tuesday. They have removed the Argentine Football Association chief, Claudio Tapia, from FIFA’s official delegation. Tapia also criticized Constable during his move to Copa America.

Remarkably, after losing the match against Brazil, Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni claimed that Argentina was eligible to play in the final. Maceio complains about bad referrals. Argentina was named in the third-place match between these discussions. There is another setback.

Messi clashed with Chilean defender Gary Medal after Paulo DiBala extended the ball into the field in the third minute of the third-place match against Chile at Corinthian Arena. Messi was unmatched even though the medal was repeatedly pushed.

However, the referee also showed Messi a red card with the medal for the offense of encouraging him to foul and hit him in the head. Argentina won the match, but the Argentine himself did not come to the awards ceremony to take the medal as the third member of the team.

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West Indies have announced the T20 team against India

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West Indies T20 squad
West Indies vs India T20 Series 2019: The West Indies cricket team is going to play a three-match T20 series against India at home. The Caribbean have announced a squad for the first two matches of the three-match Twenty20. Senior cricketer Narine and all-rounder Kieron Pollard are returning to the squad.

Star all-rounder Andre Russell has also been taken. Although he suffered a knee injury at the recently concluded ODI World Cup. However, he returned to the squad with a fitness test. Opener John Campbell is in the squad. Where the star Chris Gayle will play in Canada at the Global Twenty20.

Narine, who has been the spinner in the T20 game for the last two years, got Khare Pierre. However, when England were called up to the World Cup, he removed himself from feeling confident in 5-over cricket.

Caribbean selectors could change the squad for the third T20 in Guyana. Windies will also play three ODIs and two Tests against India. The first T20 will be held in Lauderhill, USA on August 8, 2019.

West Indies T20 squad against India: Carlos Brathwaite (captain), Anthony Bramble (wicketkeeper), John Campbell, Sheldon Cottrell, Shimron Heitmeyer, Evin Lewis, Sunil Narine, Chemo Paul, Khare Pierce, Kyle Poyer, Rowell Naylor, Kieron Paul , Thomas in the Ocean.

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Juventus Star Cristiano Ronaldo released from Rape Case

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Football Super Star Stories:  Portuguese Football star Cristiano Ronaldo was finally released from the rape case for a long time. A US prosecutor has released him from the case on Monday.

Former model Kathryn Mayorga accused Ronaldo of being involved. The 6-year-old model claims that Ronaldo had sexually assaulted a hotel in Las Vegas at about 2 years ago.

However, Ronaldo and Mayorga reached a joint agreement outside the court in the 27th. But at the end of last year, the case was reopened. Ronaldo denied the allegations from the beginning.

Which was finally proved through the court. In a formal message on Monday, Las Vegas prosecutors said Myorga had no information to prove the allegations against Ronaldo.

An officer in the county district attorney’s office said the victim of the case had sexually assaulted 25 people. But he could not say where the incident took place or who tortured him. As a result, no further investigation could be made for the police. Police resumed investigations in August last year at Myorga’s request.

The prosecutor’s message also shows that despite the re-investigation, no strong evidence was found against Ronaldo. For that reason, there will be no further charge against Ronaldo for the case.

An article was published last year against the rape case in the German weekly Magazine of Spiegel. It is mentioned that Mayorga had agreed to the case in the case of Ronaldo in 2007 with $ 100,000. His lawyer said basically.

Despite denying the rape, Ronaldo never said he had never met Myorga. He made it clear that he went to Las Vegas in the 21st, with the consent of the two. Ronaldo used to play at the English club Manchester United.

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